The uncertainty caused by the Covid-19 pandemic has not stunted the growth of the agile recruitment processing outsourcing company – Proactive Talent who has made several key hires, launched new advisory services and acquired a multitude of new clients. With this growth comes the need to
The uncertainty caused by the Covid-19 pandemic has not stunted the growth of the agile recruitment processing outsourcing company – Proactive Talent who made a strategic hire with Pete Lawson, VP of Growth and Client Services. This is a transformational leadership role owning revenue for the
Proactive Talent, the recruiting and employer brand consulting firm revolutionizing the way fast-growing companies like Calendly, Postmates, and Gong.io as well as enterprise firms like GE, GoDaddy and Motel6 attract and hire top talent through its unique and holistic approach, continues its
The Thanksgiving holidays are almost upon us and as of Saturday, November 21, 2020, according to CNBC… The United States reported more than 195,500 new cases of the coronavirus on Friday, a record-high spike less than a week before Thanksgiving, which public health officials are warning could
If you live in the Bay Area of California, chances are you are looking to get out. Why? If I had to guess,I would say sky-high real estate prices, excessive taxes and the massive homeless problem. And it's not just California residents who are looking for greener pastures, there’s a BIG trend
These are interesting times. Politics in society has been polarizing communities, cities, and the world. It is little surprise that it also affects the office. There have been multiple reports of employees using their influence to steer their employers towards some political agenda and I suspect
They say “the road to hell is paved with good intentions.” I don’t know where this saying originated from but, it came to mind when I first learned of the idea of “immunity passports.” Wikipedia describes immunity passports as a “…document attesting that its bearer is immune to a contagious
In an earlier episode, Jim Stroud predicted the demise of the modern office and new evidence suggests that his foresight was accurate. Companies are slowly, but surely, reducing office space in favor of work from home employees.
In this fourth episode of Tribe TV, Jim Stroud examines what companies are doing during this time to maintain social distancing guidelines while keeping offices operational.